National grassroots organization Black Voters Matter filed a federal lawsuit against Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger alleging he violated the National Voter Registration Act.
The Atlanta Press Club will host the Georgia U.S. Senate runoff race debates on Sunday
It speaks volumes when an elected leader refuses to participate in a nonpartisan political debate where journalists pose questions. For starters, it shows a candidate will let political calculations supersede his or her responsibilities as ...
City officials could cut the $22 million COVID-19 housing assistance program in half, Atlanta’s chief operating officer Jon Keen announced on Tuesday.
A $400,000 grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation could help a legal services organization protect Atlantans from eviction amid the pandemic.
With temperatures creeping toward freezing, the City of Atlanta plans to open an emergency warming center in Summerhill on Monday evening.
As recounts are underway for the general election in Georgia, Fulton County’s re-tallied count could bleed into Monday.
Georgia voters can still use absentee ballot dropoff boxes for the Senate runoff elections.
Fulton County voters can cast early ballots at Mercedes-Benz Stadium starting next month for the Jan. 5 runoff election.
An elderly widow who’s for years lived in a shed on Atlanta’s Westside is soon to become a “grandmotherly figure” at a new home where young mothers will come to take refuge from life on ...
Late Sunday, Brad Raffensperger disputed facts about the election and voting that were touted by the president and his party Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has had his hands full ensuring the state finishes ...
This week, the Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership (ANDP) launched an ambitious initiative aimed at building and preserving 2,000 affordable homes by 2025.
Old Fourth Ward’s mixed-use mammoth Ponce City Market is bound for a major expansion, including more than 400 new residences that are supposed to have "accessible price points."
Georgia was thrust into the national spotlight as a battleground state with a razor-thin margin between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
Back in February, the firm plotting the redevelopment of a nearly 70-acre swath of land neighboring the Westside's Bellwood Quarry suddenly stopped discussing plans for affordable housing with the City of Atlanta.
Predatory real estate investors in Atlanta have been put on notice: If they badger people about selling their homes, especially if those homeowners don't want to, they could be fined or locked up.
See the Trump-Biden split on a map.